Meerut Microsystems was founded in the year 1983 in the industrial township of Meerut situated 65 Kms. from New Delhi - The Capital of India. Initially the company started producing a range of proximity switches, encoders, IR sensors and several similar products Which was in short supply in the country. In course of time the company shifted its entire operations to the service of the tire industry.
To cater to this industry the company started developing and manufacturing specialized equipment like dancing roller control systems for cooling lines, Dosing and process monitoring systems in mixing section, stretch indicators and recorders for fabric treatment units, spotting controllers for tire building machines and length measuring systems for thread and bias cutters etc. as required by the industry.
The importance of accurately positioning tire components on a tire building drum while a tire was being built was gradually gaining currency among most tire majors around the world and it was during this period that the company took up the challenge of designing and developing a low cost optical line marker that can match the performance of American and West European line projectors that either used projection bulbs or special bulbs with single line filaments.
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